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Need help identifying transformer

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jbomba:
ok ive found some suitable line filters just wondering if someone could explain what the mH rating is

SeanB:
Inductance of the coils. Not a worry in this application as long as it physically fits the pin spacing. If you look often this is just replaced with a pair of wire links.

jbomba:
ok cool thanks for all your help im away at work for a few weeks yet but ill keep you posted on how i go

David_AVD:
[mini rant]

Just a side note; if the front end of that circuit was traced out even just a little, it would have been apparent that the device was not a transformer. (in series with the current path, not in parallel)

I do realise deductive reasoning is a learnt process, but too few people seem to place much importance on it.

Geeze, I'm becoming grumpy in my middle age!   :P

[/mini rant]

perfect_disturbance:

--- Quote from: David_AVD on October 28, 2012, 12:01:17 pm ---[mini rant]

Just a side note; if the front end of that circuit was traced out even just a little, it would have been apparent that the device was not a transformer. (in series with the current path, not in parallel)

I do realise deductive reasoning is a learnt process, but too few people seem to place much importance on it.

Geeze, I'm becoming grumpy in my middle age!   :P

[/mini rant]

--- End quote ---

I'm sure your right however for a person new to electronics they may trace out the circuit and be even more confused if they have never seen a filter like this before. I'm pretty sure I would be.

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